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To provide our customers with the flexibility to develop custom digital document verification solutions, DocVerify offers free API's that enables you to quickly and easily integrate E-Signatures, E-Notary, VeriVoice, and the VeriVault into your own workflow or website.
The API's are designed to work on virtually any development platform including Microsoft .Net languages, PHP, Java, Ruby, Python, SOAP toolkits, and RESTful.
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On average, the typical business or enterprise client saves up to 70% with DocVerify, while getting higher security standards, and better support.
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Notarize online starting today using our safe and secure e-notary platform for notaries. Save money and time by going paperless with our easy-to-use online notary software. Includes our highly rated support, tamper proofing, government grade security, and an electronic journal.
In most states, electronic notarization means you will be able to electronically notarize documents using DocVerify. Electronic notarization means that all of the signers and the notary must be physically present at the time of signing as required by law; however, in some states, you will be able to e-notarize that same document via a web cam remotely using DocVerify's e-Notary platform.
In July of 2012, the state of Virginia began allowing commissioned e-notaries to perform remote or online notarizations via a web cam, which opens the doors for lots of possibilities. Additionally, the states of Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Vermont either allow their commissioned notaries to perform online notarizations or have laws in the works for remote notary. As a Notary you can utilize DocVerify as a tool to enable you to also perform online notary services.
Unlike most e-notary providers, DocVerify does not charge a fee for every notary stamp or signature element placed on the pages of the documents. Each e-notary transaction created in DocVerify will allow the notary to place as many notary stamps or signatures as needed without having to worry about additional fees for having more than one notary stamp or signature on the document.